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Minimum Age

15

You may apply 60 days before 15th birthday. However, the Learner's Permit cannot be issued until the day of your 15th birthday or after your 15th birthday.

Permit holder must be accompanied by a licensed driver at least 21 occupying the seat beside the driver. Motorcyclists must be accompanied by a licensed motorcycle operator who is at least 21 within visual contact. In the case of an autocycle operator, the permit holder must be occupying the seat beside or behind the licensed operator.

Testing

Vision and written tests are required. The written test will be waived if a school learner’s permit (LPE), school permit (SCP) or learner’s permit (LPD) has been issued that is valid or has been expired for no more than one year.

Expiration

One year following the date of issuance.

Renewal

  • If you are graduating to the next permit (School Permit or Provisional Operator’s Permit) you may apply online.
    • The DMV must have received your waiver from Driver’s Education electronically.
  • You may also request a replacement/renewal in person at any Driver Licensing Office.
    • If changing your address is part of the renewal, you will need to present two forms of address verification.
Sours: https://dmv.nebraska.gov/dl/learners-permit

Knowledge Exam (Written Test)

Ready to take your written test?

You do not need to schedule an appointment for a written test. But, be sure to arrive at the branch at least one hour before it closes to take the written test that day.

Need to study a bit more before you take the test?

The Driver’s Manual is available online and can be reviewed by chapter.

Review the Driver's Manual

If you are an Indiana resident and apply for a driver’s license, you most likely have already passed your written test. However, there are situations where you may need to take another written test, such as:

  • You are applying for a learner’s permit
  • You are renewing your learner’s permit
  • You are renewing your driver’s license and have six or more points on your driver record
  • You recently moved to Indiana from another country and are applying for a driver’s license
  • Your driver’s license has been expired for more than 180 days
  • You wish to add endorsements to your driver’s license or commercial driver’s license

Exams for the Hearing Impaired

Appointments for applicants who are deaf or hard of hearing can be made by a branch manager or by calling the BMV’s Contact Center at 888-692-6841.

You must arrive at least one hour before a branch closes to take a written test.

What to Expect in the Exam

The written test is based on information contained in the Indiana Driver's Manual. To pass the written test, you must demonstrate a basic understanding of Indiana traffic laws and safe driving techniques. Written tests include multiple choice questions divided into two sections concerning traffic maneuvers and knowledge of types of traffic signs. Eighty percent or higher correct responses on each component must be achieved to pass the exam.

Passed written test results are valid for 180 days.

What happens if you fail an exam?

If you fail a written test you must wait until the next business day before taking another written test.

If you fail a driving skills exam, you must wait 14 days before taking another driving skills exam.

If you fail three driving skills exams while holding a learner’s permit, you must wait two months following the date of the last failed skills exam before attempting another skills exam.

You will be required to renew your learner’s permit if it expires before you are eligible for additional driving skills exams.

Foreign Language Written Test

The Indiana BMV allows an applicant for a driver’s license to use a foreign language interpreter to interpret the knowledge exam if the applicant speaks a language not already offered by the BMV.

Spoken language interpreters are not available if the knowledge exam is already offered in the requested language.

The BMV currently offers the written test in the following languages:

American Sign Language Arabic Burmese Chin Croatian
French German Hindi Japanese Korean
Polish Punjabi Russian Serbian Simplified Chinese (Mandarin)
Spanish Tagalog Vietnamese   

How to Request the Use of an Interpreter for a Knowledge Exam

To request a foreign language interpreter, please schedule an appointment online.

  • Make appointments online from your mobile device or computer.
  • Appointments are for individuals that need to use an interpreter for knowledge examinations when the applicant speaks a language the BMV does not have translated.
  • Please note: BMV does not provide applicants with a non-English language interpreter; this service must be arranged by the applicant.

Schedule an Appointment

The BMV does not provide applicants with a foreign language interpreter; this service must be arranged by the applicant. Also, the interpreter must be willing to sign an affidavit after the test is completed stating the interpreter gave no unauthorized assistance to the applicant.

If you do not have a credential with the BMV, you must visit a branch to get a record created. Ensure you have the necessary documents outlined here before visiting a branch.

Please note: only one interpreter allowed per customer.

Still Have Questions?

Send us an email to get more information on the written exam.

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Sours: http://www.in.gov/bmv/licenses-permits-ids/learners-permits-and-drivers-licenses-overview/learners-permit/knowledge-exam
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Learner's Permit

If you want to drive in Vermont and you do not have a license, you will have to get a Vermont Learner’s Permit. You must be at least 15 years old to take the test. You must also be a Vermont Resident or a resident of another State enrolled in a Vermont Driver Education & Training.

How to obtain a Learner's Permit

To apply for a Learner’s Permit, an individual under the age of 18 must have maintained a "clean" driving record in the previous two years. If you have had any recalls, suspensions or revocations, contact DMV as you may be required to serve an additional waiting period.

  1. If you are 15, 16 or 17 years old, you need your parent's or legal guardian's permission (unless you are an emancipated minor). A parent or legal guardian must sign the application before you can take the test.
  2. If you are a foreign exchange student, you may obtain a Foreign Exchange Parental Authorization Form in advance, to be signed by a parent or legal guardian. A host parent cannot sign. This form is available at Motor Vehicle offices.
  3. Take the test online.

Your permit will be issued after you pass the vision and the knowledge tests, pay the required fees and show proper proof of identification and Vermont residency.

Who needs a Learner’s Permit?

If you are a Vermont resident and want to drive in Vermont, you will have to get a Vermont Learner’s Permit. You must be at least 15 years old to take the test. A resident of another State enrolled in a Vermont Driver Education Training can also obtain a Vermont Learner's Permit.

When and Where can I drive with a Permit?

With a valid Learner’s Permit, you may drive anywhere, anytime in Vermont if there is a licensed and unimpaired parent or guardian, or a licensed or certified unimpaired driver education instructor or a licensed and unimpaired individual 25 years of age or older riding in the front seat. Before driving in any other state, you must contact that state’s Motor Vehicle Department or law enforcement agency to see if it is legal to drive in that state with a Vermont Learner’s Permit.

Sours: https://dmv.vermont.gov/LicenseNew/learners-permit
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Instruction Permits

A minor is a person under 18 years old. Minors must have their application signed by their parent(s) or legal guardian(s). If parents/guardians share joint custody, both must sign.

To apply for a provisional instruction permit if you’re at least 15 ½, but under 18 years of age:

When parents or guardians sign for a minor to get a DL, they are stating that they will accept financial responsibility (insurance) for that minor. Financial responsibility in California requires that drivers and vehicle owners carry the following minimum dollar limits:

  • $15,000 for injury or death of 1 person per accident.
  • $30,000 for injury or death of 2 or more persons per accident.
  • $5,000 for any property damage per accident.

Proof of financial responsibility (insurance) must be carried at all times in the vehicle. Most Californians maintain financial responsibility through insurance companies, which provide the policy holder with an identification (ID) card to be used as proof of coverage. The card must state the insurance company’s name and address, the period of coverage, and policy number.

  • Provide your full legal name.
  • Provide your social security number (SSN) on the application. It will be verified with the Social Security Administration (SSA) while you are in the office.

If you do not have a California ID already established with DMV:

  • Bring your original/certified copy of your birth certificate or your valid, unexpired United States Passport. If you are not a U.S.-born citizen, you must provide proof that you are a legal U.S. resident with an acceptable identity document.
  • Present an acceptable residency document.

If applying for a REAL ID DL, two residency documents are required.

If you are 15 ½ – 17 ½ years old, you will need to provide proof that you:

  • Completed driver education (certificate of completion of driver education) or are enrolled and participating in an approved integrated driver education/driver training (DE/DT) program (certificate of enrollment in an integrated [classroom] driver education and driver training program).

If you are over 17 ½ but under 18 years of age, you may get your instruction permit without the DE/DT certificates. However, you will not be able to take the driving test until you are 18 years of age.

If your DE/DT were completed in a state other than California, DMV will accept a letter from your out-of-state secondary school on the school’s official stationery. The letter must be signed by a school official stating that the completed courses you have taken are equivalent to a California secondary school course as described in Section 10020 of Title 5 of the California Code of Regulations and on form “To Secondary Schools Other Than California Schools” (DL 33).

The “To Secondary Schools Other Than California Schools” (DL 33) form should be sent to your out-of-state school. The DL 33 should not be completed, but rather contains the information for the out-of-state school to complete the letter. Obtain a DL 33 form from your local DMV office or by calling DMV at 1-800-777-0133.

An out-of-state driving instruction permit is not acceptable proof of DE/DT.

  • Provide a thumbprint.
  • Pass a vision exam.
  • Pay a nonrefundable application fee.
  • Provide a thumbprint again, provide your signature (that will appear on the driver’s license) and have your picture taken at the camera station.
  • Take the knowledge test(s). You must get at least 38 questions right out of 46. You will have 3 chances to take the test, but if you fail a test you must wait 7 days (not including the day the test was failed) before taking the test again. If you fail the test all 3 times, you must start over by filling out a new application and paying the appropriate fees.

All knowledge tests must be taken before 4:30 p.m. so you are not rushed when taking the test. We want you to pass your test. Study the handbook and make use of the practice tests and driving knowledge tutorial.

As soon as you pass your knowledge test, you will be issued a provisional instruction permit.

The provisional instruction permits are not valid until the instruction permit is signed by a licensed or authorized driving instructor or the applicant reaches the age 17 ½.

A parent, guardian, spouse or adult 25 years of age or older, who has a valid California DL, must be with you when you drive. He or she must sit in the front seat in order to take control of the vehicle at any time.

A provisional instruction permit does not allow you to drive alone at any time, not even to a DMV field office to take your driving test.

The California DL/ID card application and fee is valid for 12 months after you apply. If your application will expire before you have held your provisional instruction permit for the required six months to take your driving test, you’ll need to reapply at a DMV office. You will get cumulative credit for the time you held your provisional instruction permit that counts towards your six-month requirement. Make sure to bring both your expired and valid provisional instruction permits when you take your driving test to show proof of credit.

Sours: https://www.dmv.ca.gov/portal/driver-licenses-identification-cards/instruction-permits/

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